Reviews and Problems with Canon imageCLASS MF4370dn
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As a basic network printer it seems decent for the price (PC)
MikeT "MT", Amazon
30 March 2011
Summary: Owned this printer about a year. I've never used the scan nor using it to SEND faxes so I cannot comment on those. For basic copying it seems to work just fine. For basic network printing (PC) and receiving faxes it seems to work as expected about 95% of the time. Three computers at home share this printer over the network, two are WiFi one is wired. But every now and then it will not print nor receive a fax, it is very odd.
Summary: Nutshell review: This all-in-one printer puts out good quality B&W prints and is a FANTASTIC value for the money. It is connected via USB port to a 3 YO IBM laptop running Windows 7. I am setting up a new clinic and office. Money is pretty tight at the moment, so I bought this as a compromise. I really wanted one that does all of this, plus color laser.
Summary: The printer can print, fax, scan and copy. The printing is fast and the price is good but I am only giving it 3 stars for the following reasons. 1) It can only do duplex from windows but not from OS X. 2) Network scan is very slow and the process is horrible. You have to open an application that is TWAIN compatible to scan. It is basically unusable. I was hoping that I can scan at the machine and send the file to a folder on a computer.
Summary: I bought the printer about 3 weeks ago. It prints well, faxes great, but the scanning is where if falls short. It came with the canon software for enabling to scan over the network. The box says it scans at 600 x 1200, but that ONLY from the USB connection. The network scanning limits you to only 300dpi. Customer support says I can get the full 600 if i connect the USB port. But the reason I bought it was to use via the network!